Where to shop Natasha Lyonne's Russian Doll sunglasses

Natasha Lyonne’s signature Russian Doll sunglasses are the real star of the show

Natasha Lyonne in Netflix's Russian Doll
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If you’ve already binge-watched all of Russian Doll season two, you may have spotted that Natasha Lyonne, aka our favorite time-jumping redhead Nadia Vulvokov, has a go-to accessory—her sunglasses!

As far as we’re concerned, everyone needs a staple pair of sunnies in their wardrobe and Natasha makes a serious case for square aviators with her signature gold, double-banded style.

And before you ask—yes, we’ve found you the exact pair.

  Natasha Lyonne's Russian Doll sunglasses  

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MOSCOT Shtarker Sun Aviator Sunglasses

RRP: $330/£315

Natasha Lyonne's exact Russian Doll sunglasses are from MOSCOT and are called the ‘Shtarker sun’ aviator sunglasses.

They're handcrafted with a comfortable double bar nose bridge with silicone nose pads and acetate ear tips. 


You can spy her wearing these shades in numerous scenes throughout seasons one and two—in fact, they’re actually a crucial element of her character’s personality. Russian Doll’s costume designer Jenn Rogien told Netflix’s Tudum (opens in new tab) magazine, that her sunglasses act as ‘armor.’

Rogien explained: “She does use them as armor to hide and reveal her eyes when needed,” while also adding that, “they’re also just great sunglasses”—which we wholeheartedly agree with.

Netflix's Russian Doll: Charlie Barnett, Natasha Lyonne

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Now, if the exact pair from MOSCOT is slightly out of your price range—fear not—because all you really need is a pair of aviators. They’re one of the most iconic styles of eyewear, meaning finding similar ones to Natasha’s is easy—and we’ve done just that for you!

So there’s no need to try and jump back in time in search of your family’s lost fortune (we all know how that turns out…).

Similar styles to Natasha Lyonne's Russian Doll sunglasses

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Ray-Ban Aviator gold-tone sunglasses

RRP: $178/£146

These gold-toned metal sunglasses offer 100% UV protection and come in a designer-stamped leather case. Plus you just can't go wrong with a pair of Ray-Bans!


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Michael Kors Chelsea rhinestone-embellished aviator sunglasses

RRP: From $99/£190

These 'Chelsea' sunglasses offer both protection for your eyes and will instantly elevate any outfit. They come with a leather case and offer that all-important UV protection.


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Bottega Veneta Hexagon-frame gold-tone sunglasses

RRP: $455/£310

These are in a similar price range to the MOSCOT sunnies but will definitely give you Natasha's look, as they're almost identical to her pair. They feature gold bands and offer 100% UV protection—a must for summer.


Sunglasses are the accessories that just keep giving, not only do they look incredible (when you find a shape that suits your face) they can also become a very powerful tool. They can hide your dark circles and protect your eyes from the sun, but most importantly they can make you feel instantly powerful. 

For example, there’s nothing like lowering your shades slightly, to look someone dead in the eye, during a conversation. So it makes sense they’ve become such a signature accessory for Natasha's character and is all the more reason for you to snap yourself up a new pair!

Naomi Jamieson
Lifestyle News Writer

Naomi is a Lifestyle News Writer with the Women's Lifestyle team and has recently earned her Gold Standard diploma in Journalism with the NCTJ. She has a background in design, having studied Illustration at Plymouth University but has taken a leap into the world of journalism after always having a passion for writing. She currently writes pieces on beauty, trends, fashion, and entertainment for GoodTo and My Imperfect Life. She also tests and reviews beauty and skincare products and tries out the latest TikTok hacks for My Imperfect Life.


Before working for Future Publishing’s Lifestyle News team, she worked in the Ad production team. Here she wrote and designed adverts on all sorts of things, which then went into print magazines across all genres. Now, when she isn’t writing articles on celebs, fashion trends, or the newest shows on Netflix, you can find her drinking copious cups of coffee, drawing and probably online shopping.